The Capitol Area East End Complex is one of nearly two dozen state buildings in Sacramento that will soon receive all their electricity from renewable sources.
The Capitol Area East End Complex is one of nearly two dozen state buildings in Sacramento that will soon receive all their electricity from renewable sources. Dick Schmidt Sacramento Bee file
The Capitol Area East End Complex is one of nearly two dozen state buildings in Sacramento that will soon receive all their electricity from renewable sources. Dick Schmidt Sacramento Bee file

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The State Worker

September 17, 2015 5:22 PM

Renewable energy to power Sacramento state buildings

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